I liked the book. It was short and cute. I don’t necessarily agree that French homes are designed better than American homes, and yet her descriptions of the differences are easy to understand. I like the stories of how other people decorate their homes and use their homes. French use mirrors, not tvs. Basic decorating rooms, pallet should be neutral, and loud colors or wallpaper on the wall will offend the French. The purpose of the Salon (or living room) is to bring you closer with your guest. Kids are invited as guests, they do not play there. There are a lot of examples of French living and differences, from not eating and working at the same time, to portion control, to no butter on the dinner table (the French eat dinner bread without butter) No milk with dinner. There are a multitude of rules and etticut in the French home.
I would recommend the book.
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